Saga Volume Four by Brian K Vaughan and Fiona Staples
As I have previously mentioned, I love Saga. It’s an amazing series which I’m getting depressingly close to being caught up on.
The general pitch for the series is two planets have been at war for generations when a soldier from each side fall in love, marry and have a child which should be impossible. Governments across the galaxy are frantic to get their hands on the baby. The series followed the family as they struggle their way through parenting, marriage and being on the run, but also the people who are hunting them.
If you haven’t read it and are going to, stop here with this recommendation: It’s amazing.
After this point there might be spoilers for the last three books.
Volume Four starts with Prince IV’s son being born, while he is off world wasting time on Sextillion (the sex planet), Alana struggling with her newly established acting career, Marko fumbling his way through being the stay at home parent and The Will’s sister The Brand looking for a way to wake him from his coma.
In addition to the beautiful graphics in this book, the complicated characters and intriguing plot there is also a very basic, human story too. What it means to in a relationship, how easy it for every day stresses to come between people who love each other. What being part of a family means, the good and the bad that love can drive you to. What it means to be a parent and have to put someone else’s needs before your own all the time.
Just a heads up – there’s a lot of mature and graphic content of all varieties – violence, sex, drugs it’s all in there.
The series is amazing though. I really recommend it.
Last movie I watched:
Part of Deadpool. I love it.
Last TV episode I watched:
Smallville. It’s got a lot of evolution as a show. I think it’s a good thing.